The issue of displaced people is one that regularly appears in submissions to the RIBA President’s Awards for Research. With this year’s theme of Ethics and Sustainable Development, we hope to attract more submissions concerning this issue.
How important is your own brand as an individual architect? Find out on 17 May, when bestselling author Jennifer Holloway provides the keynote for the second event at this year’s RIBA Future Leaders programme.
Thursday 8 March 2018 marked the 107th International Women’s Day. This year, we celebrated women’s achievements in architecture with film screenings, talks and events across the UK.
The Royal Institute of British Architects is now welcoming entries for the RIBA President’s Awards for Research 2018, which includes the RIBA President’s Medal for Research. Entries close 3 June 2018.
The RIBA has partnered with the Chartered Institute of Building and the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors to invite people working in the UK construction industry to participate in its ‘Building in Quality’ consultation.
The RIBA encourages all members to fill in the MHCLG survey before 6 March and share your needs.
Planning a grand design, house extension, or commercial project? Search over 3,000 UK RIBA Chartered Practices by name, location and area of expertise.
‘The Baltic Material Assemblies’ presents architecture from the Baltic states, investigating the materialities and infrastructural and cultural connections that seem to have persevered the political borders and conflict lines that changing regimes have aimed to introduce in the region. The exhibition investigates the projections of futurity as they seem to be inscribed into geologies, infrastructure and architecture.England - London
Hear from architecture practices Kavakava arhitktuuribüroo, Mailītis Architects, Baltic Pavilion and Process Office at the RIBA.England - London
This architecture workshop asks families to imagine what architecture will look like in the future and how the environment will impact it.England - London
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